Editor's note: This article was supposed to be the seventh in a series on information architecture, but the author feels that the current state of disorder around application development warrants immediate discussion. The information architecture series will resume at a later date.

A few years ago the number one obstacle to data warehouse was data quality. In addition, we (we being those of us who deal with the universal "they") always complain about business "buy-in." There is good news and bad news. The good news is these are no longer the most formidable barrier to information architecture-derived work. The bad news is, we have met the enemy, and they are in our ranks.

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